There have been several interesting 3D solutions including glasses-free, over the years. Unfortunately, the public so far has not been real interested in 3D.
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Those that I have seen have looked pretty good, too.
I just got an HP Reverb G2 VR headset.
I had some difficulties setting it up, plus difficulties getting the controllers paired – and so on. Some of the information at this link will be helpful in overcoming problems you might encounter.
Source: HP Reverb G2 FAQs – Enthusiast Guide | Microsoft Docs
Since I normally use reading glasses, and the G2 has no diopter adjustment, you need to wear your reading glasses or contact lenses when using the system. So far, I have not had success using reading glasses inside the headset – this means I have used it without the reading glass correction – which means a bit much eye strain for now.
I have used the headset in conjunction with MS Flight Simulator in VR mode and this makes an already impressive simulator even better – and yes, it is in 3D then too. For now, the set up each time I launch is a bit time consuming but perhaps I will find some shortcuts.
I expect to have more comments on the G2 in the future. I have much to learn.